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Originally Posted by jbalder19
My budget is around 600 for a sub. What would be better, the more even bass response of two BICs PL IIs or one better, lower digging HSU VTF2 MK5? For context my room is enclosed 16x19x11. It'll be for home theatre with klipsch rp 150 bookshelves and the 440c center and r14s surrounds. Ill be sitting around 8ft from the tv/speaker wall. Thanks.
Dual subs would get you more even bass and eliminate nulls, however Bic subs tend to be boomy and not very accurate. I'd go with the HSU and add a 2nd latter.
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